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1 year job experience at PwC - profile evaluation

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New post 06 Aug 2018, 13:20
Hi everyone!

I am preparing for my gmat as i want to pursue my MBA in 2019 and so i’ll be applying to all top 100 universities.

My query is that almost all good business schools require a work experience of 3 years. I dont have that.
I’m an year old graduate and currently working for PwC. But I really want to get into a good university.
What are my chances of getting accepted ? And what are the main things i should focus on right now for my application?

Thankyou!

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New post 06 Aug 2018, 16:09
Hi Bisma29,

thank you for your post.

Years of work experience are counted at the time of that start of the program. If you currently have 1 year of experience at PwC, next year when you start the program you'll have around 2 years, which is typically the minimum accepted by schools.

Specifically for INSEAD, the school does not require any minimum number of years of work experience, but encourages applicants to have at least two.

I hope this helps.

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New post 06 Aug 2018, 22:00
Hello Bisma29

I really hope I am misunderstanding this and you are not serious about applying to all 100 universities.
Coming to your chances- this is a very broad topic and requires a much deeper understanding of your profile in terms of Academics, Expected GMAT, Nature of Work ex, Achievements, Career progress, Extracurricular, Career Goals, Fit with the right schools and much more. You can read here to understand more on what constitutes a profile.
Once we have information around that it will be easier to give you some sort of advice. Currently all I can say are 2 things- 1 year is generally less for top B schools, as you will not have enough achievements to talk about (generally speaking) and do not apply to more than say 10 B schools, so shortlist the right ones. You will not only burn a hole in your pocket but also get overwhelmed by the application process of multiple schools.
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Bisma29 wrote:
Hi everyone!

I am preparing for my gmat as i want to pursue my MBA in 2019 and so i’ll be applying to all top 100 universities.

My query is that almost all good business schools require a work experience of 3 years. I dont have that.
I’m an year old graduate and currently working for PwC. But I really want to get into a good university.
What are my chances of getting accepted ? And what are the main things i should focus on right now for my application?

Thankyou!

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